Following several years of helping individuals solve their physical and mental problems, clinical psychology in Nigeria has adopted a scientist/practitioner model in Psychotherapy. It has recorded outstanding milestones which include the establishment of the School of Psychotherapy and Health Sciences, Okija, Nigeria, the venue of the First and Second Conference of the World Council of Psychotherapy (WCP) Nigerian Chapter.
This second Edition of the International Journal of Psychotherapy in Africa contains well researched and articulated empirical studies geared towards equipping psychotherapists with current experiences and skills in psychotherapy, as well as holistic approach to psychotherapy in Africa. It also advocates for not only the indigenization of psychotherapy but the integration of African Traditional Religion as well as Christian religion and psychotherapy. Many scholars are showing great interest in the Journal as article contributors or editorial advisers. Many more are solicited. We express our gratitude to our Peerreviewers, Editorial Board and the Board of Directors for their noble roles in making this journal a reality.